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Creativity gives laundry a design lift Machines no longer hidden in basements PEDRO ARRAIS Victoria Times Colonist Laundry rooms used to be hidden away in the basement — washer and drier side-by-side on concrete floors. Functional? Yes. Inspiring? No. These days, they’re increasingly moving upstairs and upscale. From walk-in closets to craft rooms, laundry machines are finding new, brighter and more inspiring digs in the house. Some look almost like kitchens, with high-end cabinetry and countertops. From large and luxurious to compact and convenient, the options seem limitless. Here are some common trends:

Size Laundry areas come in all sizes these days. In some

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Vicky Ballantyne’s laundry and mud rooms in Victoria, B.C. new condos, the laundry area simply consists of a stacked washer and drier behind bi-fold doors. In more opulent digs, the laundry room sometimes shares space in a room that accommodates a homeowner’s hobby. The idea is that you can spend time working at a hobby while waiting for laundry to finish being

washed or dried. The size of laundry machines has also changed. While the width has generally remained the same, older, top-load machines were typically 660 mm deep. New front-load washers are 762 mm deep. That extra depth, combined with a few millimetres for the intake and waste water hose

in the back, may result in spanking-new machines sticking out a lot more. Plus the doors swing out instead of up, sometimes causing clearance problems in small rooms.

Location Some homeowners find it convenient to have a laun-

dry area on an upper floor rather than in the basement, so they don’t have to lug linens, towels or clothes up and down stairs. “It makes sense — over 90 per cent of the laundry is generated from this level,” says Rus Collins, principal designer at Zebra Design and Interiors. In some high-end homes, the laundry room might turn up in the master bedroom’s walk-in closet, steps from the ensuite. “It’s simple enough to put a drain on the floor during construction,” says Collins. “That way, there is a lot less damage if there is a water leak.” Some large families have more than one laundry pair, sometimes in more than one location. The parents may have one near their sleeping quarters, while teenagers have their own in the basement.

Innovation The humble laundry chute has been around for decades but has never enjoyed widespread adop-

tion. For some families, it’s the height of convenience. Gone is the need to lug heavy laundry baskets down stairs. Chutes can save time and energy, with fewer trips up and down stairs. “It’s a good idea if you have the space to incorporate it in the design,” says Collins. For one of his clients, a major renovation offered an opportunity to integrate the time-saving feature into their home. By a happy coincidence, the laundry room is directly below the master bedroom’s ensuite and another bathroom. Other families have gone a step further, using a dumb waiter to transport clean laundry to the upper floors.

Noise Nobody really took notice of noisy laundry machines in the past — after all, they were in the basement. With laundry rooms closer to living areas these days, quieter machines are valued.

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Community growth necessary for Sask. prosperity Alan thomarat

CEO and President Canadian Home Builders’ Association — Saskatchewan This is certainly not the time to change course, and if you like what’s happening in Saskatchewan and in your own community and if you want to see this growing prosperity continue don’t stay home on Oct. 24. Talk to your neighbours, to your fellow workers, to your employees, your children in university or college, your parents — make sure your voice is heard and that you get out and vote. Remind people that this is a special place in a very special province and we shouldn’t take any of this for granted. Premier Brad Wall released the vision for Saskatchewan during the state of the province address held

in Saskatoon last Tuesday. The Saskatchewan Plan for Growth highlights six core activities the government will undertake to reach those targets. The premier made infrastructure a top priority, planning to spend $2.5 billion on infrastructure over the course of the next three budgets with $150 million coming out of the Growth and Financial Security Fund to create a new agency, SaskBuilds. No government in Canada has stepped up to make such enduring commitments. Money would also be invested in housing, with $344 million dedicated to 12,600 new housing units by 2016 for low and moderate-income families. The Canadian Home Builders’ Association — Saskatchewan promises support for the government in this endeavour, as our industry understands that all individuals and families need a place to call home. The most important factors for existing residents and new people moving to Saskatchewan is

having a place to live, with a quality career, in a safe and sustainable community. The Canadian Home Builders’ Association — Saskatchewan, our builders, developers, contractors and suppliers are encouraged by the government’s commitment to growing our province, the commitment to future building. The association believes the initiatives set out are vital to the continued and sustainable growth of our communities and our province. As the voice of the residential construction industry, the Canadian Home Builders’ Association — Saskatchewan is committed to a housing strategy that provides quality, affordability and choice in housing in all communities throughout Saskatchewan. If you don’t remember where we were and what we have gone through then think of this: • In 1986 our population hit a level of 1,009,615, up from 968,300 in 1981

• By 2006 we were right back down to 968,157 after years of losing our youth. Today we are fast approaching a level of 1,080,000 and the government of Saskatchewan has now set its sights on another 120,000 people by 2020 and we are wholeheartedly on board. This is in line with the growth plan envisioned at the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce that is steering towards a goal of 1.5 million people by 2030. • There were periods in the ’80s when housing starts in our largest cities didn’t exceed 200. In the ’90s combined single- and multi-family starts barely reached 2,000 for the province. Tough to build a skilled workforce with that low level of production when Alberta production far exceeded 20,000 starts. Last year, Saskatchewan set record production numbers for housing starts not seen since the early 1980s. We surpassed starts above 7,000 units and we’re clearly on track to pass 8,000 housing

starts predicted for 2013 by the Royal Bank of Canada. This province was once a collection of old, decaying towns, villages, empty farm homes and vacant lots. Certainly not the inviting and exciting province we have become. How did this happen? We now continually invite investment, we have stability and predictability in our business environment and we are growth focused. We are indeed future building. We have made our cities and all communities provincewide more attractive places for investors, workers and families and people keep coming here at a pace exceeding 1,000 per month based on recent trends. Saskatchewan and our many thriving communities offer the best place to live, work and invest in Canada. The momentum of the last half a dozen years is no accident. Careful planning, competitive positioning and future building are making us the envy of the nation

Laundry-Rooms Concrete absorbs vibration with upper and lower cabinets for the storage of detergent and other cleaning supplies.

Continued from F1 The type of flooring where the washer sits is important. A concrete base is best because it can absorb the vibrations a working machine generates. Try to distribute laundry loads, as an off-balance washer can make the whole house shake. Ninety per cent of noise — and machine vibration — problems can be traced back to an incorrect installation, says Brad Goodyear of Lansdowne Appliance in Victoria. “People need to level a machine by adjusting the four feet,” he says. “Give it a week to settle and check it once more. But remember that every bump or move can knock it out of alignment, which causes problems.” Some washers have shock absorbers to absorb some of the vibration. Others are cradled inside a cabinet, so movement is not transmitted to the frame of the machine.

Ergonomics Traditionally, laundry pairs are found side by side. More people are buying front-loading machines because of their superior water efficiency. While they may be more ef-

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Laundry room designs are starting to emulate kitchens, complete with sinks, countertops and cabinetry. ficient, the openings of the machines are lower. For some people, bending each time to load and unload can put a strain on their backs. A pedestal raises the level of the opening and makes it easier to get to the laundry. Unfortunately,

that makes the top of the machine too high to fold laundry, necessitating the creation of a countertop elsewhere. Laundry rooms are starting to emulate kitchen design, with a utility sink and countertops for working space, combined

Alan Thomarat is the president and CEO of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association — Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon & Region Home Builders Association.

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While room for a few laundry baskets is important, increasingly, homeowners are making laundry spaces work harder. The most common pairing is with a mud room. The idea is that kids coming in from outside with dirty clothes can simply put them in the nearby hamper. But designer Collins believes there is a flaw in that theory. “Why would you want dirt in the same room you clean in?” he says. For a house he designed, he positioned the two rooms sideby-side. Vicky Ballantyne, the homeowner, doesn’t seem to mind. “It does make the laundry room part look cleaner,” she says. “It’s almost clinically clean.” Even better, the laundry is “two steps” from the kitchen, where she spends more of her time. If she had to do it again, she would like the laundry room to be a bit bigger — perhaps with a higher ceiling so she could incorporate an indoor clothes-drying rack suspended from the ceiling.

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But roofs are much more than just shingles. And homeowners need to know what they should be paying attention to if they want to do what’s right for their home. The most important thing when it comes to roofs is proper structure. You can have the best products and the best application methods. But if you’re putting them over a roof with poor structure I guarantee it’s going to leak. I’ve dealt with roofs that seem like they’ve been designed to leak because the roof ’s structure was poor. Poor structure are roofs designed to slope or dip inward into the home. So instead of a pitch we get a valley. Usually when a roof dips it’s because the sheathing is sagging. Or because the roof joists are too far apart or oriented strand board was used instead of plywood. But I have seen roofs where the structure was actually built to have a slope right in the middle. This doesn’t make sense for a structure that’s supposed to be directing water away from your home. These low areas create valleys that do not drain. And they’re bad because they collect snow, rain, ice

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3736 QUEENS GATE, LAKEVIEW South Lakeview Bungalow Condo. Fully detached with a double attached garage, this beautifully maintained 2 bedroom & den condo has a developed basement with many lovely features. Great location. A must see! $429,900

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2467 BRODERICK BAY Located in popular area of Windsor Park. This 4 bedroom, 3 bath bungalow built by Aspen Homes features an open floor plan with 10’ ceilings on the main, gleaming hardwood & gorgeous stacked stone fronted gas fireplace. Kitchen boasts granite counters & s/s appliances. An elegant staircase leads to fully dvlp’d bsmt. $555,000

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Doug Giesbrecht 529-6161 doug@giesbrechtteam.ca

Charming bung & garage, original hardwood. Updated. $219,900.

Call one of the Giesbrecht Team for a no obligation consultation.

Carmelle Beaudry 790-3688

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

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Adrienne Heron Alice King 2510 7th Avenue E Sat Oct 20, 2pm-4pm Sun Oct 21, 2pm-4pm MLS®: 444294 $333,900

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Alice King 535-9716 #21 - 4640 Harbour Landing Drive Sat Oct 20, 2pm–4pm MLS®:445909 $264,900 Loretta Hughes 1958 Garnet Street Sun Oct 21, 1pm-3pm MLS®:443779 $335,000

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Adrienne Heron 86 Rawlinson Crescent Sun Oct 21, 2pm-4pm MLS®:445280 $399,900

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Bonnie Stanley 7006 Maplewood Crescent Sun Oct 21, 1pm-3pm MLS®:439974 $415,000

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Faye Arn 539-8724 30 Mckenzie Pointe (White City, SK) Sun Oct 21, 11am-4pm MLS®: 445780 $299,900 One Day Sale Carmen Bechard 102 Upland Drive Sun Oct 21, 2pm-4pm MLS®:445149 $254,900

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Kris Owens 1451 & 1453 Rupert Street Sun Oct 21, 2pm-4pm MLS®:446152 $274,900

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HARBOUR LANDING CONDO $429,900 1121 Bungalow, 2 car garage, backs park, Hardwood

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Great floor plan, Formal Living room as well as family Room, 3 Bedrooms, master has 4 piece ensuite, Fully finished Basement with extra bedroom. Steps to lake and park. MLS®440437 $479,900

4 BEDROOM CONDO Spacious bungalow dbl att garage open design vaulted ceilings. Now $449,900.

Janine Wilson 537-3200

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Show your home some love by winterizing it These colourful Owl Kitchen Timers from Kikkerland sell for $19.50 each at Chapters.

Owl-shaped vases come in three shapely sizes: from $9.99 to $19.99 at Stokes.

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Keep kitchen counters clean when stirring soups and sauces with this owl-shaped spoon rest. Pick it up for $10 at Pier I Imports.

Stoneware owl mugs from Kotobuki of Japan sell for $18 each at Chapters.

Owls wise choice for decor Karen Turner Postmedia News Known for their wisdom, big eyes and nocturnal habits, owls of all shapes, sizes and colours are flying into stores. Here are just a few sightings of the popular bird. Eye on the time: With peepers this big, who better to keep track of your cooking times than the colourful Owl Kitchen Timers from Kikkerland? We found them for $19.50 each at Chapters. Hanging out: Made of

pine cones and twigs, this bug-eyed beauty can perch on a table or swing from a doorknob anywhere in the house. We found him for $8.95 at Pier I Imports. Standing guard: Saving for a rainy day just got easier — and much more fun — with the colourful Owl Money Bank from Pier I Imports. It’s yours for $30. Shapely vessels: Made of blown grey-and-white glass, these owl-shaped vases come in three shapely sizes: small for $9.99, medium for $14.99 and large for $19.99. We spot-

Nine-piece Happi crib blanket by Dena includes a quilt and fitted sheet for $169.99 at Sears.

The Owl Money Bank at Pier I Imports is $30.

ted the flock at Stokes. Rest assured: Keep kitchen counters clean when stirring soups and sauces with this owl-shaped spoon rest. Just $10 at Pier I Imports. Pretty in pink: Tuck your baby into bed with a forest of feathered friends from Happi by Dena. The nine-piece crib set, which includes a quilt and fitted sheet, sells for $169.99 at Sears. Coffee mates: Birds of a feather flock together in three owl designs from Kotobuki of Japan. The stoneware mugs sell for $18 each at Chapters.

This bug-eyed beauty of pine cones and twigs sells for $8.95 at Pier I Imports.

With a nearly 90-year-old house in Rye, N.Y., Melanie Cadenhead spends much of winter being cold. Having spent about $1,000 a month last winter trying to warm up the place, she does not plan to crank the heat any higher this year. “I’ll just sleep in one of those Daniel Boone hats with the ear flaps,” she says. “Winter is not my friend.” Modern living does not have to be that hard, energy efficiency experts say. They cite a host of simple ways to cut energy use without sacrificing comfort or lifestyle. From sealing air leaks to unplugging cellphone chargers, these recommended improvements don’t require big-ticket purchases like windows or air or heating systems (although those may be necessary in some cases). M a n y e n e r g y - s av i n g moves are relatively inexpensive and quickly pay off. Unless you’re living in an ultra-modern, ultra-energyefficient home, the only way to reign in utility bills is to first show your home a little love. Sealing air leaks — primarily gaps in construction — and upgrading insulation are the most important ways to nip energy waste, says Scott Stefan, a home energy auditor for BrightHome Energy Solutions based in Elmsford, N.Y. “Almost every home you go into is badly insulated and leaks a lot of air,” says Stefan. Air leaks, often found around foundations, pipes, recessed lights and chim-

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Today’s light bulbs can yield energy savings of up to 75 per cent and last 10 to 25 times longer than traditional bulbs. neys, can be easily identified and sealed. But even sealing your house properly won’t really do the job if your insulation has stopped doing its job, Stefan says. Warm air can escape right through insulation that’s been in place for 25 years or more. The cost of sealing leaks or updating insulation varies greatly depending on where you live and the complexity of the job. But “the energy you save from doing this work will more than cover the cost of the work itself,” Stefan says. Such steps tend to be considerably cheaper than, for instance, replacing leaky windows, another energysaving step. That could run into the tens of thousands of dollars — although it often could be avoided simply by hanging storm windows in the winter, experts say. Another way to cut energy consumption is to unplug all those “energy vampires” that suck up electricity even when they’re not being used, says Ken Collier, edi-

tor-in-chief at The Family Handyman. Powering those devices not in use can cost hundreds of dollars a year. Plug devices into power strips and turn those power strips off when you wrap things up for the day, says Collier. Or, use Smart Strip, which looks like a regular power strip but automatically turns off equipment that it senses is not being used. Using a programmable thermostat and switching to energy-efficient appliances and light bulbs also can yield substantial savings. Stefan say only 6 per cent of the electricity drawn by traditional bulbs is turned into light. The rest becomes heat. “It is a very inefficient technology — and it should be. It was invented in the 1800s,” he says. Today’s light bulbs can provide energy savings of up to 75 per cent and last 10 to 25 times longer than traditional bulbs. “This is not political or ideological,” Stefan says. “It’s plain old common sense.”

- Fall 2012 -

www.oakparkliving.ca | P: (306) 586-9106

What is Old is New. Porchscape is a traditionally styled neighbourhood in Harbour Landing. The urban design includes, attractive street-trees, post-top street lights, and sidewalks separated from the street by boulevards. Front porches and pedestrian friendly streetscapes are key traits to this style and are sure to create a warm and safe place to call home. Coming fall 2012!

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3432 Maclachlan Cres $389,000

1168 sq. ft. 2+2 bedroom bungalow. Open style plan. Finished basement. $446,900

4753 SANDPIPER CRES 2,000 sq. ft., two-storey home in The Creeks. 3 bdrms/3 bath, open concept, HW flrs, bonus rm, large deck, underground sprinklers, 9ft ceilings and much more! $619,900

MICHAEL HUBER 209·5650

Justin Jones 596-3193

Janine Wilson 537-3200

Dallis Franklin 306-581-9498

Country living, 10 minutes from Regina! Welcome to the friendly community of Grand Coulee and this stunning and unique 2674 square foot Nelson Home. $459,900

Beautiful, meticulously cared for 1080 sq. ft. 2+2 bedroom bi-level with a double car attached garage.

LAKERIDGE

3 bdrm Harbour landing. Potential for future 2 bdrm mother in law suite. Close to parks, bike paths, amenities, and bus routes. $376,000

126 CENTENNIAL DRIVE, GRAND COULEE

Tanya Kohl 539-4557 11187 WASCANA MEADOWS

1460 ROYAL ST. Built in 2000, 1360 sq. ft. two-storey home in Rosemont, 4 bdrms/3 bath, open concept, granite countertops, gas fireplace, developed bsmnt, single det garage. Close to Luther High School. $329,900.

Tanya Kohl 539-4557

Excellent move in Crescents Home walking distance to Downtown & Wascana Park, upgrades include furnace, windows, shingles and more. Call for full details. $289,500

80 DONAHUE AVENUE

Great 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home in Coronation Park! New Windows, Hi-Eff Furnace, & more. Only $289,000.00 - Call today to view!

Immaculate, bright, airy, 2 storey, 3 BD home located in family friendly Albert Park. Attached oversize garage quiet bay close to all amenities $532,500

Carmen Knutson 581-7500

Kim Oberthier

551-3119

Just Reduced

NEW LISTING

Fairways West

Deer Valley - 67 Deer Crest Run, $614,900, This fabulous custom built, solid 2-storey home with valley views has 4 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms, 2,114 sq/ft of living space, finished bsmnt,and all essential upgrades.

Excellent upgraded open concept fully developed property. New white kitchen w/eating island. Large livingroom. Upgraded flooring. Lower level features rec room, bedroom, den &, 4pc bath. 7 appliances included. New furnace & C/air. Quick possession. Asking $239,900.

RYAN BENDER

540-8343

Built in 2011, this 1,736 sq. ft. two-storey home is beautifully finished top to bottom with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms. Granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances enhance a well designed kitchen that opens onto a welcoming great room with gas fireplace. Beautiful dark-stained maple hardwood completes the main floor living space. Large no maintenance deck overlooking a nicely landscaped property with underground sprinkler system. Newly priced at $547,900.

BRENDA/BOB GANNE

Lynne Bobyck 790-3686

1410 WASCANA HIGHLANDS

Family Friendly New Development 124 Oxbow Cres

Across from Four Seasons

15 Ottawa Place, Churchill Downs

Tanya Kohl 539-4557

Margie Lynch 533 - 4437

GLEN ELM PARK 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 936 sq ft bungalow on a huge lot with a single garage. Perfect for first time buyers or investors, the basement can be developed to add value! $259,900

1840 sq. ft., two-storey split, 4 bdrms/4 bath, located on quiet Crescent in Wascana View, vaulted ceilings, HW flrs, fireplace, developed bsmnt. $539,900

2411 sq. ft., two storey home in Wascana View. 3 bdrms/4 bath, sunroom, wd burning fireplace, dev’t bsmnt, large landscaped yard. $609,900

Tanya Kohl 539-4557

Leslie Degelman 551-9222

www.lesliedegelman.com

535-7710/ 535-7177 www.bganne.com

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1860 MONTREAL STREET Nice location for this 2 bedroom bungalow close to all downtown amenities. Features original hardwood floors, newer furnace with the possibility of a non regulation basement suite. Reduced to $159,000.

Like the show a bit too much??

RYAN BENDER

540-8343

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Stefan Hoffman 529-7604

Deer Valley - 31 Deer Crest Run, $529,900, This spacious 1689 sq/ft bungalow has 3 bathrooms, 4 bedrooms, finished basmnt with tile and hardwood floors throughout.

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GLENCAIRN Modern upgraded 1,094 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom fully developed bungalow. Fresh paint. Upgraded flooring. New windows. Large livingroom. Renovated Kitchen & bathrooms. Appliances included. C/air. Good size yard. Great home! Asking $319,900.

BRENDA/BOB GANNE

Darren Bostock 351-3900

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RM 159 SHERWOOD $749,900

Outstanding acreage so close to Harbour Landing that you can see it from there!! 3 acres of Impeccably kept grounds & a 1,290 sq. ft. completely renovated home.

VIEW WALKOUT WALKOUT $749,900 $749,900

Lovely 2 story walkout on quiet culd de sac backing green space. Approx 2400 sqft 5bd/4 bath home. Oak kitchen, spacious dining area, family room with fireplace, formal living/ dining room with hw floors. Walkout level fully dev. Great layout and perfect for the large family.

Norma Deck 536-1249

Michelle Laube 537-9989

8950 HERMAN CRES. $399,000

1201 sq.ft. Bungalow 2 Bedrooms & 2 Baths Double Attached Garage Large Lot in White City $389,900

Norma Deck 536-1249

Terrie Dunand 530-9050 www.queencityhomes.ca

Quiet Cres. location. 1124 sq. ft. Original Owners extremely well taken care of 3 Bedroom Bungalow. Janine Wilson 537-3200

815 McCARTHY BLVD N. $319,900 962 SQ. FT. SPLIT LEVEL

Doug Elworthy 533-8763 www.dougelworthy.com

Danielle Wilson 536-0027

$279,900

ACREAGE LOVERS

NON REG BASEMENT SUITE

Great Character Home Charming inside and out, many upgrades, new kitchen. Quick possession. MLS®438901

Danielle Wilson 536-0027

Nestled in the trees 1540 sq. ft. bungalow w/ developed basement and double garage. Exceptional shelter on 12.35 acres. 1995 built features 3+1 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 gas fireplaces, open floor plan. Just 12 miles from northgate mall asking $599,900.00

Dennis Peterson 596-3582 dennispeterson.org

Janine Wilson 537-3200

6210 WASCANA COURT CRES $779,900

Gorgeous 2009 Northridge built home with all the extra’s. Arcrylic stucco, hw/tile floors, open layout with maple cabinets & granite in kitchen, stack stone accent walls in kitchen and bsmt, 4 bd up with spa like ensuite, 3 gas fireplaces, bsmt fully dev with a further 2 bd, granite counters in all bath’s. In floor heat in bsmt/garage. Landscapped. Quick poss avail.

Michelle Laube 537-9989

Backing Green Space

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NORMANVIEW $314,900

Perfect starter or revenue property. Charming 2 bd character home close to downtown, parks & school. Hardwood floors, fir trim, updates to kitchen, bath, furnace, electrical, windows. Private yard on a lot and a half. Quick poss avail.

Michelle Laube 537-9989

51 Paradise Circle New Construction

New Build, 3bdrm bungalow, 9 ft ceiling, maple kitchen, immed. possession

East of Regina

CATHEDRAL $247,900

3435 TAMARACK GROVE $649,900

Gorgeous home with numerous upgrades. Open layout. 18 ft span of windows. Gourmet kitchen. 4 bd/4 updated bath’s. Gorgeous covered patio & gate access to green space. Close to all South/east amenities. Call now for your showing!

Michelle Laube 537-9989

CHEAPER THAN RENT! Great 1 bedroom starter or revenue property, good condition, numerous upgrades. $89,900 Lori Radmacher 581-7866 • John Hastings 536-8999

PILOT BUTTE $820,000 Spectacular must see!! 2700 sq ft, 2 storey home on 160 acres.

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1315 Radway St. - 1,998 sq. ft. 5 bedroom 2-storey split, 5 bathrooms, main floor laundry, fireplace, developed basement, deck & triple garage. BALGONIE $374,000 Unique, spacious bungalow w/ zeroscaped back yard & large deck.

610 Broadway Ave. E. - 1,004 sq. ft. 3 bedroom bung. Dining room, central air, bsmt with rec room, bedroom, workshop. Large single garage. $298,500 1842 Montreal St. - 2 bedroom bung, hardwood floors, newer cabinets, bathroom, shingles, sidewalks. Beside a park. Tenant occupied. $150,000

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Many upgraded features to this great family home. Kitchen has been redone. All new flooring on main level. All newer appliances included, inclu double garage. Asking $364,900. inc 1112 College Avenue 1021 Sq.Ft. Bungalow 2 Bedrooms/ 1 Bath Open Sunroom/Living/Dining Plan Great opportunity to renovate Close to Miller and Balfour High School $209,900 Terrie Dunand - 530-9050

B BILL LUZECKY 737-0611 7

WASCANA VIEW GEM $729,900 AAA 2550 sq. ft. renovated home. Must be seen to be appreciated. Kitchen reno of the year winner. Top end appliances. Cathedral ceilings, 4 bd up, 4 bath’s. Bsmt dev with kitchenette. Gorgeous yard with tiered patio’s. Quick poss available.

Michelle Laube 537-9989

1250 sq. ft. 3 BD. DBBL wide mobile on a full concrete basement. This home is situated on 4 owned lots in the thriving town of Grenfell which is conveniently located an hour and 15 min. east of Regina and only minutes from the beautiful Qu’Apelle Valley & Crooked Lake Resort. Seller will also consider trades (ie) motorhome, camper etc. $79,900

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2 yr old 1562 sq. ft. bungalow. Totally upgraded high-end home. Completely developed-Energy Star 3 full bathrooms-4 bedrooms. Completely fenced and landscaped. This one is an absolute must to see!!!!!! $599,900

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Spectacular 2200 sq. ft. 2 storey in prestigious Wascana View. Won’t last !!

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LUMSDEN $64,900 1300 sq ft of living space. Great location, great price, great for 1st time buyers.

$229,900 Excellent move in ready, 3 bdrm, 2 bath w/ dev. bsmt, deck & fenced yard.

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SEDLEY $97,500 3 bdrm, 1 bath w/ good sized yard & single det. garage.

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Starting at $369,000 in Harbour Landing 5264 Aerial Crescent

565-4663 www.pacesetterregina.com

SEDLEY $80,000 950+ sq ft w/2 niced sized bdrms & large part fenced yard w/lots of potential.

$249,000 Open & well designed floor plan with 2 good sized bdrms & oversized att. garage.

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The Peakman Group PILOT BUTTE $104,900 1200 sq ft of living space w/fully fenced yard, new decks. Lots of updates in 2012. UPLANDS $314,500 Close to schools, 1340 sq ft split level boasts no maintenance yard & many upgrades.

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The Peakman Group PARKRIDGE $289,900 Move in ready 3 bdrm condo w/finished basement; appliances incl

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GLENCAIRN $299,700 Close to East amenities, 3+1 bdrm, 2 bath bungalow w/many upgrades & large yard.

CORONATION PARK $284,700 Great location! 950+ sq ft bungalow w/att garage has 4 bdrm, 2 bath, dev. basement.

Business & Financial Automotive Real Estate Employment LAKERIDGE $434,000 Amazing 2 storey, 3 bdrm, 3 bath, open concept main floor. Won’t last long!

TRANSITION AREA $309,900 Excellent townhouse downtown! Fully furnished & ready for possession.

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Masculine, eclectic could work for new bachelor feet is a rather large condo, so I am assuming you have a fairly substantial living — dining area. You don’t mention a specific room with which you want help so I am going to tackle the public living space and leave the private ones to you. Take a good look at the photo I’m providing for inspiration. The room looks masculine and eclectic while at the same time lived in. I get the feeling the occupant of this room has collected items over time and travels. I think this decorative style will work for you, considering you will be mixing old with new. You don’t mention what furniture pieces you are taking to your new condo but if I were you, wanting a new look, I would let your ex keep the traditional seating pieces. To achieve your updated space, you would be wise to start with clean, linear furniture, like the sofa and two chairs pictured here, and then mix your traditional pieces in among them. Perhaps you can take drinks tables or an antique writing desk or console from your previous home. Mixing smaller traditional pieces with new transitional pieces

Jeffrey Fisher Postmedia News Q: Jeffrey, I’ve noticed women typically write to you but I am a recently divorced man in need of decorating advice. My wife and I were married 26 years and our look was very traditional. I’ve recently purchased an 1,800-squarefoot, two-bedroom condo and although I will be taking some of our collected art and furnishings, I don’t want the same stuffy living space we had. Nor do I want a contemporary bachelor pad. I want a comfortable, updated condo where I can proudly entertain. Thank you for helping me out. A: Thanks for sending me your email. Every week when I read my emails, I wonder if women are the only people with decorating queries, or if men just feel strange writing in. That said, I’m glad you did. Eighteen-hundred square

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Mix old with new in this living space where neutral colours can be offset with colour pillows. will help to achieve the updated look you’re after without turning your back on pieces that probably mean something to you. And remember not to take “stuff ” that you really don’t like or want just because 50 per cent may rightfully be yours.

The coffee table pictured may be a bit large for your liking, so this is an ideal spot to repurpose an old cherished piece. And if a coffee table is not on your inventory list, consider purchasing an oval one to soften the hard lines. The gold cabinet on the far wall is actually a bar, but if

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Apartments 1 & 2 bdrms. Downtown or East Albert & Gordon - 2 BR spaEnd. Call 591-2736 or Bob cious, clean, new appls, bus 789-7727. stop in front. No pets. N/S. C560678 Adult bldg. Call 737-9040 C614822 1 & 2 BR 3219 Portland Ave. Heat & hot wtr incl. No pets, no children. Adult building. 1622 - 15th AVENUE Call 306-205-0368 1 BDRM $725-$750 C611603

1 BR, recently renovated, 2218 Halifax Street, $875/mo. and $900/mo plus power. Ref's req'd 539-9201.

205-4588 2129 HAMILTON STREET BACHELOR $420 - $470 546-4044

2 bdrm duplex $1000. Immediately, references. 1003 Garnet St. 569-2515

2120 CORNWALL STREET 1 BEDROOM $710-$720 550-4959 2249 CORNWALL STREET 1 BDRM $770-$840 501-8495 2601 - 14TH AVENUE 1 BDRM $780 757-4324

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405 Rae St. 1 Bdrm - $820 Seniors Discount 352-1402 or 586-1574 2235 8th Ave. N. 1 Bdrm - $995 586-6909 or 586-1574 2250 7th Ave. N. 1 Bdrm - $995 586-6909 or 586-1574 Lease, no pets

2231 ALBERT ST. 2 BDRM $960 205-2151 NO LEASE NO PETS

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Apartments 2250 ROSE STREET BCHLR & DEN $740 591-2518 OR 347-3226 1924 14TH AVENUE 1 BEDROOM $720-$730 546-4044 2175 ROBINSON STREET 1 BEDROOM $610 205-9532 4045 ROBINSON STREET 1 BDRM $850 545-7938 4040 RETALLACK STREET 1 BDRM $810 535-6759 NO LEASE NO PETS

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1503 VICTORIA AVENUE 1 BDRM $650 205-5948 2231 ALBERT STREET 2 BDRM $960 205-2151 2620 - 12TH AVENUE 1 BDRM $700 BCHLR $500 - $580 522-0920 OR 789-7688

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CATHEDRAL - 1 BR AND BACHELOR REFERENCES. 586-0138.

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Apartments Furnished East - 2 BR bsmt suite, newly reno'd. Utilities Inc. Ref. req. No pets. Adults perfered. N/S. $800 per month 789-8439 C614396

Hampton House 1 br apartments in mature block. Avail. Nov 1. Elevators, 5 laundries includes heat, prkg & cable. Near Southland. N/S/P, $966 & up 306-584-1855

FURNISHED EXECUTIVE STUDIO SUITE. ALL AMEN PAID, CLEAN, QUIET, SECURE BUILDING, NO PETS. CALL 8 AM - 8 PM. 306-522-7167

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South Albert - 4640 Rae St. 1 BR suite $755 incl heat & water. Avail NOW 586-6522

Brand NEW

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LAKERIDGE, Newer top floor CHAMPLAIN - 2339 Lorne St., condo, 2 bdrms, 2 baths, 1 BR, $915, Dec 1 Warehouse District Condo underground parking, CANADIANA - 2345 Broad St, Avail now. 2700 sf, 2 BR, 2 bth. furnished. Available Nov.1 2 BR, $1125, Dec 1 Call 522-6629 Galon Realty to Mar.31 $1200 ph. 545-0810 C599799 Call 596-7075 C614295 C609115 EXECUTIVE FURN. & UNFURN. CONDOS CLOSE to Northgate Mall, Apartments Call Lana at 502-5262. 2BR: $950/mo. 1 prkg. C609144 Coin-op W/D. Avail ASAP. Furnished CITYWIDE N/S. 306-781-2163 C611607 New Spacious 1 & 2 bdrm. fully DOWNTOWN HERITAGE BLDG furnished and unfurnished condos. Incl. util., phone, CAUGHT YOU LOOKING! 1 br, appls incl., hrdwd flrs. Have the ’New Today’ logo Mature adult/couple, no pets/ cable. internet, parking & launappear above your ad smoking. $1100. Nov 1, prkg + dry. Weekly & monthly rates the first day it runs! $50/mo. Ref & lease. 757-6216 avail. 591-2736 or 789-7727 C560675 leaderpost.com/placeanad C614668

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2 BR dplx, newly reno'd, close to schools & parks, NS, NP, $1300/mo incl utils. Nov. 1. 581-5027

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Gocki Park. Must See! 2BR lower level duplex. Incl 7 appl in floor radiant heat laminate / ceramic flr great location Nov 1. $1345+pwr. 306-761-2097 C613280

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Shared Accommodation

4 BR house, includes fridge, stove, W/D, $2000/mo. Phone Murray at

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East Side 19 Brock Winnipeg St. 3 bedroom, N/S/P, $1000/mo., (306) 591-7701.

GREENWOOD PLACE – 789-0838 Spacious, clean, 3 bedroom townhouse, 4 appl., close to schools & shopping. Sorry no pets. CIR Commercial Realty Inc. o/a Colliers International C613405

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Scottsdale, Arizona. 1 & 2 BR condos for rent. Call 306-522-6629 for details. C592840

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Vacation & Recreation Properties In Canada

Glen Elm - Room available, share bath. N/S. Must like cats. 1 block off Park. Avail. immed. 2515 MCDONALD ST. Clean 1 Ph. 761-0600 after 8:30 pm. WINTER TRAVELLERS!! 1,2 OR C611338 BR house in quiet area. Tenant 3 bedroom condos. Full must be mature, working and kitchens, linens, internet, in LHK, QUIET MALE quiet. 522-9336 suite laundry, above Rathrevor RUPERT STREET C607959 Beach, Parksville, B.C. 569-8353 C614255 Excellent monthly rates. 3037MCCALLUM AV 3Bed, www.ocean-trails.com 2Bath, NOV 1,Parking,FR/ST/ Sleeping rm, house privileges, info@oceantrails.com DW, no smoke/pets $1,700. ideal for shift worker. $650mo. 1-888-248-6212 1800 Block Atkinson. Leave Msg. 306−501−7991 C605830 C606730 306-569-7167; 306-201-3168. C611813 973 Argyle Street Regina, Vacation & 3 BR, 4 appl, air, lower Duplex. UPLANDS large furn rm w/ priv 1000 sf. $900/mo. Ref's. bath, fridge & microwave, prkg. Recreation 306-757-1236 or 306-584-7629 Near bus. $600 incl util/laund. Properties C608152 N/S. Nov 1. 306-569-9782 C597366

AL RITCHIE AREA HOUSES FOR RENT. 2 BR AND 3 BR. REFERENCES. 586-0138.

Space for Lease 4626 Albert St. - 2,779 sq. ft. 1950 Broad St. - 2nd flr - 2,200 sq. ft. Call now for details Adam Niesner, Jr. 569-1424 www.niesner.com

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102 ROBINSON CRES 50+ fem 8appl 1bth db garage lndry upgrades no smoking wheelchair access must like 2cats +1bird utilities included $650. (306) 584−3796

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FULLY FURNISHED ROOMS Shared Accommodations By Downtown. $720+ Call 531-4373

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Warehouse Space & Storage Service Semi-truck storage for winter months. Starting November 1. Call 539-4642

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Storage for Vehicles Heated $500 - Cold $300 For 6 months. Phone Mike 522-4899 or 584-7630

ROOM FOR RENT C615218 in a 3 bdrm house 539-4715 C587013 NEED A LITTLE SPACE Available Nov.1 Start your "Spring Cleaning" now S M A L L 2 B R , 1 7 0 0 b l k $550 includes all utilities Put all your unwanted items in Alexander, $980 mo. Refs Damage deposit required the Classifieds place your ad online: r e q ' d . W a n t e d o l d e r Must like dogs , No smoking l e a d e r p ost.com/placeanad Call 737-1219 Camcorder. Call 584-9281

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Approximately 850 & 930 sf for lease separate or can be combined. 9’ ceilings, good location for hard line retail, professional offices. $15psf +OC. www.janusrealty.ca

1,2,3,4 and 5 bdr, newly renod house's and suites, starting at $1095. 306-533-4510 or 306-539-3170

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3 utilities, elevator, nonsmoking, adults preferred, lease, no pets 586-6909

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Duplexes, Doubles & Triplexes

*1515 sq.ft., top exposure to high downtown traffic *3350 sq.ft.central, great for retail or wholesale – high traffic exposure - dock door C599468 *160 sq.ft. shop – warehouse In a quiet, clean and well main- area $200.00 a month – Lloyd Realty 525-0125 tained 4-Plex building, close to C611932 amenities and across from a OFFICES FOR RENT, 250-300 park. Two bedrooms, 1 bathsq.ft. $700/gross rent. 1000 room with coin operated washsq.ft. $800/gross rent. 8th er & dryer on site & a live in Ave. Private entrance. caretaker. Window A/C & Call 545-5455. single detached garage parkC560671 ing. Top floor suite. No Pets/ Smoking, Adult Only Building.” Condos Available Nov. 1. $1,090/mo. 65 Westfield Dr. 1355 York St. Call: 596-7073 1 Bdrm - $1,095 C610730

you don’t have a cabinet you can substitute it for a console. Hang one of your pieces of artwork (or a mirror) above and add a table lamp or two. The lamps (which you may be travelling with) add instant warmth and atmosphere. The walls here are cov-

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